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This additional potential energy increases the frequency of the clocks energy transitions.

...and what is the opposing force that stops the atomic structure from collapsing?'

Given that all energy relationships will increase proportionally?

Aside from the necessity for a redefinition of G...As to a redefinition of G or g, you made a very interesting post that I've reposted twice now concerning sigma wave. I can put this in context again if you like, but you turned your nose up last time.

Quote from: timey on 19/08/2016 22:03:25...and what is the opposing force that stops the atomic structure from collapsing?' quantum mechanicsQuoteGiven that all energy relationships will increase proportionally? bollocks (see "quantum mechanics" above)

Quote from: timeyAside from the necessity for a redefinition of G...As to a redefinition of G or g, you made a very interesting post that I've reposted twice now concerning sigma wave. I can put this in context again if you like, but you turned your nose up last time.Here G is not the gravitational constant. It is a function with a set of parameters. I am awaiting your instructions on how to define the expression that the function will use.

I'm sure you will find the Poppycock and Bollocks paper somewhere on arxiv.

If the energy that holds the structure together is increased by gravity potential energy, the energy that prevents the atom from collapsing will also be increased proportionally.